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I read/listen to 2-3 books a week, so I have sort of developed a way to categorize books after finishing them: <br/><br/>- waste of time<br/>- worth a read but not for a whole credit (buy it on sale)<br/>- solid book worth a credit<br/>- worth a credit and telling friends about<br/><br/>I feel like this one falls into the 'buy it on sale' category. Interesting history, but not an experienced author and it showed. There were a few plot points that I felt weren't explained (can't elaborate without spoiling), and times that felt very 'Lifetime' for me, meaning silly/trivial misunderstandings creating the main obstacles for the characters. There were also parts that seemed to have no purpose - no character development, furthering of story, etc. <br/>Would be a fine listen if you have a long drive - but wait until it's on sale.
19 of 21 people found this review helpful
The Dollhouse began with a fascinating story and was intrigued with the narration going between the two time periods involved in the story. The narrator was excellent.
As the story neared the final third of the book it became trite and predictable.
4 of 5 people found this review helpful